Christmassy Funk & Soul Friday

Expect a Christmassy feel to this Funk & Soul Friday.

ALL ABOARD THE SOUL TRAIN!!
6-piece cover band based in Belfast steeped in 70’s Funk, Soul, Disco and Motown influence.
Formed partly due to covid-lockdown frustration and a huge mutual love of musical icons such as Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Michael Jackson, Ray Charles, Jamiroquai and more.

Whether you’re after a night reliving the by-gone vintage era of Motown and Funk (with a few modern surprises) or just looking a lively live band to get the party started… Funk ‘N’ Disorderly have you covered!

Friday 30th December

Tickets £8

Doors 9pm

 

 

 

 

NYE Hootenanny with Mother’s Little Helpers

Join us for our NEW YEARS EVE HOOTENANNY!

Entry £15

Doors 9pm

MOTHERS LITTLE HELPERS are a 4 piece group of talented, fun loving musicians that love to interact the crowd at every occasion. They have nearly 30 years experience and have been entertaining audiences all over the country and abroad in that time. The band will play a very wide range and genres of music from the 50’s right up to current chart music including ROCK and POP to COUNTRY and IRISH FOLK and artists such as DUA LIPA, SAM FENDER, AC/DC, GEORGE EZRA, HARRY STYLES, THE KILLERS and many more.

 

Rubber Plants

Northern Ireland’s premier Led Zeppelin tribute band return to the Errigle Inn on 28th December.

Founded originally in the late ‘90s, The Rubber Plants’ music and personnel gradually changed to encompass more and more Led Zeppelin material until, by 1999, the had evolved into the beginnings of what they are today: A tight, professional Zeppelin tribute band, whose dynamic two-hours set has been distilled into an exciting mixture of power and innovation which genuinely captures the spirit of the original masters.

The band consists of Gerry Wilkinson on drums, Paul Tracey on bass and Gavin Correy on lead vocals and guitar. It is a mammoth task to take on the vocal range of Robert Plant and the masterful guitar licks of Jimmy Page but Correy deals with them admirably.

The band never attempts to clone Zeppelin’s tunes but to play them with heart and power, gaining respect and admiration from knowledgeable musical fans everywhere.

Tickets £12 / Doors 8.30pm